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George Albright

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  • Birthday 01/20/1956

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  1. Sent you a private message. Wish to see the car saved. Thanks George Albright Ocala fla. cell 352 843 1624. Email. Gnalbright@gmail.com
  2. No hood vents which means it might be made when car was made a speedster in the 1920s. Few factory cars didn’t have hood vents.
  3. I just went through looking at each car listed on the charts in the Clark/Kimes encyclopedia of cars and a 1918 motor magazine chart of car specifications on most listed. None with a Detroit gear trans in the chart or none in both publications with a 109/110 wheelbase. Thanks Layden! Sincerely George
  4. Just looked at a lycoming engine chart. Only 3 1/4 x 5 engines are model L in 1915 and model DU in 1916-21. Need to see if either had primer cups and oil pump on right side of oil pan.
  5. Detroit gear company transmission.gemmed steering column WB between 109 inches and 110 inches
  6. Guys please focus on the engine both sides. Primer cups and Disco electric start so probably 1916-19. Oil pump on oil pan on the right side of engine. Definitely 3 1/4 X 5 bore and stroke. Can someone with Hershell Spillman engine. Info or diagrams see if it is their motor. Thanks
  7. That’s the big reason. I’m in Florida and it’s in California. Need one of our members to inspect it and report to all of us. Looks like the real deal.
  8. Thanks for posting the video. Fan did a superb job on my Duesenberg!!! What a gentleman! My car is now in recently deceased author Clive Cussler's collection. Sincerely George Albright,Florida gnalbright@gmail.com . Someone please pass my cell onto Fran and ask him to call me. Love to say hello to a great friend! 352 843 1624
  9. Dear Friends my friend Frank Coates in the UK is looking for a circa 1906-1912 two cylinder horizonal opposed water cooled engine to put in an early tractor project. Any highwheeler engine of around 20 HP should work,with or without a transmission attached. Will need to ship to England which he will handle. Leads appreciated. Please contact him directly at email:
  10. Dear Friends my friend Frank Coates in the UK is looking for a circa 1906-1912 two cylinder horizonal opposed water cooled engine to put in an early tractor project. Any highwheeler engine of around 20 HP should work,with or without a transmission attached. Will need to ship to England which he will handle. Leads appreciated. Please contact him directly at email:
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